Microsoft launches philanthropic division
Reports directly to the president.
Reports directly to the president.
Over his life, not all tomorrow.
Look to fund clean energy projects.
Rise in Microsoft stock sees Gates regain top spot from Carlos Slim.
Microsoft has announced its third CEO following Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.
A Reddit reader got quite the surprise when she found her Secret Santa gift came from Bill Gates.
Free educational resources for all.
Ballmer's exit whets the appetite.
Some major departures on the cards.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates confirms he backed the purchase of Skype at the boardroom level.
Paul Allen portrays Bill Gates as a sarcastic bully in his memoirs.
Joins up to promote his charitable foundation, and to chat with Ashton Kutcher
Microsoft's Bill Gates has issued out a bunch of information on the new Natal system, indicating it is meant for PCs too.
Software giant Microsoft has officially launched a range of clothing - dubbed 'Softwear' - featuring images from the company's early days.
Bill Gates demonstrated a wall-size multi-touch interface remarkably similar to Cubit at the 2008 Microsoft CEO Summit, based around infra-red lasers and a tracking camera.
CES 2008: Bill Gates kicked off CES 2008 with his last keynote as a Microsoft employee. It was a great show with lots of flash and fun - but when the lights went down, was there much else there?
The big rumour at the moment is that Bungie, fed up with all this 'Master Chief nonsense', wants to separate from Microsoft and make some new games.
Reports are surfacing that the new Falcon chipsets for the Xbox 360 are now being shipped but that only the CPU is changed to 65nm.
Robbie Bach, Head of Entertainment at Microsoft, didn't sell $6.2 million of stock. No, he sold $9.2 million of Microsoft stock.
The new HDMI version of the 360 Premium has been cracked open and is revealed to be without the new Falcon chipset.
Microsoft has now officially confirmed that it will be gradually adding HDMI support into all versions of the Xbox 360 in the next few months.
The Xbox division of Microsoft has announced that it lost $1.9 billion this year alone, thanks mainly to extended warranties.
European retailers have priced the Xbox 360 Elite, despite Microsoft's refusal to comment or give an official announcement on how the new Xbox model will be priced.
Microsoft announces that Gears of War and Viva Pinata will be coming to PC, along with a whole load of other Games For Windows games. Check out the details within.
XMC claims it is developing a HDMI converter for 360 owners, rendering the elite a bit more pointless.
Halo 2 Vista, which PC owners have been waiting for for over two and a half years now, has been delayed again due to nudity accidentally appearing.
Crave Entertainment has announced the development of a game based on the Napoleon Dynamite movie.
The PC version of Halo 2 has been delayed because of installation issues.
Robbie Bach, President of the Entertainment and Devices Division at Microsoft, has let loose some interesting news regarding Xbox 360.
Video game analysts predict the Wii will still be hard to come by until 2009 and that the PS2 is still the console of choice for most gamers.
The people have voted: over 11,000 votes to re-introduce Windows XP into its range of home PCs and notebooks and Dell has responded in increasing their range with XP Inside.
Massive pressure is mounting on the UK Government to investigate Wi-Fi technology and its place in Britain's schools.
Recently leaked figures show that in the first two weeks of sales Microsoft sold only 244 copies of Vista in the whole of China
Microsoft will soon be announcing a version of XP for emerging nations at a price of just £1.50.
The world's richest man will finally receive his university degree. Harvard will honour the dropout at the commencement speech he'll give this summer.
Will the pair come to blows when they appear together at the Wall Street Journal conference? Let's hope so.
The Microsoft Chairman goes head to head with Jon Stewart over hackers, passwords and saving the world.
Users are downloading video and not getting it. Unsurprisingly, they're turning to the net to vent their anger. Also, Bill Gates goes mental on Sony.
Not content with just one lawsuit, that mob known as the General Public are after Billy with a second, specifying the alleged details of the data that Windows Genuine Advantage collects about users.
A blogger at the heart of the Vista team goes online to reveal all - could the problem be too much management?